What's next for China's homegrown fashion brands?

12/30/2012 | Women's Wear Daily (subscription required)

China's textile and manufacturing infrastructure made the country ripe for creating its own fashion and retail brands. Many of the brands grew rapidly at home while creating little if any buzz abroad; now, analysts ponder the future of seven such brands, as economic growth slows and more Chinese consumers demand internationally-known brands.

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